CASA of Adams Broomfield

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To celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month, we partnered with Adams County Manager, Ray Gonzales, and the Adams County Communications Team to recognize the contributions of Hispanic Americans to our communities.

 

In the 17th Judicial District, many of the abused and neglected children we serve are Hispanic and Latinx. CASA aspires to have a volunteer base that accurately represents the population of children we serve. We need bilingual speaking, Hispanic and Latinx CASA Volunteers to advocate for these children in our community.

 

A culturally diverse volunteer base will allow CASA to:

  •        Provide an understanding of family dynamics and culture to each case
  •        Communicate effectively by breaking down language barriers
  •        Strengthen Hispanic families in our communities

 

Ray Gonzales and CASA Volunteers, Jothselyn and Karla, speak about why Hispanic and Latinx children need our advocacy:

 

 

You can learn more about becoming a CASA Volunteer at our upcoming virtual CASA 101 informational session on October 1st from 6:00-7:15 PM. This is an opportunity to ask questions and hear more about the CASA Volunteer role and training process. RSVP today to Abbie@CASA17th.com or 720-277-9112.